Google Earning More From Music Lovers? Amazon?
By on January 16th, 2010

I have a very good ear for music, and listen to it quite often. However, more often than not I listen to it online on YouTube and have several playlists there. As always, I use Google to search YouTube, as it is mostly the first result for my song search, however, that has now changed.

Take a look at the screenshot below.

Google Making Money From Music Lovers

As you can see, Google has now replaced YouTube with Amazon links and links from Lala, for which they have a deal with for Google Music search.

And where are the YouTube results, well they are there alright, but not on the first scroll. Understandably, Google would want to make more revenue off searches, but I would rather like to see YouTube back on top rather than having to scroll down to find it.

What do you think?

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    Might think they want to earn more from amzon. Youtube is their website only.

 
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